|Hometown:||Lake Forest, IL|
|High School:||Lake Forest|
2009-10: Third on the team with nine points, finished the season with five goals (tied for the third-best on the squad) and nine assists (fourth best) ... totaled 61 shots, fourth best on the team, ehile tallying 10 penalties for 20 minutes ... tied for the team lead with three power play goals ... had two goals at Colgate on Dec. 4.
2008-09: Enjoyed a breakout season for the Bears, playing in every game and finishing second on the team with 13 points … Led the squad with eight goals, including four on the power play, and added five assists … Also led the team in shooting percentage, scoring her eight goals on just 41 shots for a .195 success rate … Notched two game-winning goals, including one in overtime against Princeton … Scored the first goal of her collegiate career at home against St. Lawrence on November 8 … Had her best weekend of the season at Quinnipiac and Princeton, scoring four points over the two games to help the Bears pull off a road sweep … Continued to improve as the season progressed, recording seven points over the final nine games of the season … Also recorded 20 penalties for 40 minutes and blocked seven shots.
2007-08: Played in all but three games for the Bears…Had seven shots while adjusting to the college game.
Before Brown: Graduate of Lake Forest High School … Lettered in hockey for three years after the creation of a women’s team in her sophomore year … Illinois Player of the Year in 2006 and 2007 … Pioneer Press Super 25 Athletes for 2006 honoree … Three-time All-State honoree and state leading scorer … Team captain all three seasons … Blackhawk All-Scholastic Team in 2006 and 2007 … Metro Girls League Forward of the Year in 2006 and 2007, the league’s first two seasons … Lake Forest HS All-Scholastic Award winner in 2006 and 2007 … Central Girls Hockey League All-Academic in 2004 … Competed for Team Illinois AAA club team for three seasons … First Team Midwest Elite Hockey League All-Star in 2006 … Team finished in top five at National Championships all three seasons, winning state and regional championships … Played summer hockey for Central States Eagles … Toured with Sports Without Borders in the summer of 2006, playing teams in Europe … Also lettered in field hockey for two years, playing center forward … All-State in field hockey in 2006 … Was Lake Forest’s leading scorer both seasons, scoring the game-winning goal in the state championship in 2005 and assisting on the game-winner in that contest the following year … National Honor Society, Latin Cub, and Science Service Club member … Member of several music groups, winning Tim Mueller Memorial Award and Applause Student Achievement Award for Vocal Music in 2007 … Performed in school musicals, and was a principal in tap and jazz/ballet dance companies … Did volunteer performances with sister, Jill, as the Dancewizes.
Personal: Jenna G. Dancewicz is the daughter of John and Barbaragail Dancewicz of Lake Forest, Ill. … Has two siblings, John and Jill … Plays African drums, piano, and French horn.